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Brian Griffith does a phenomenal job of detailing this sorted history.
I heard that Griffith wanted any curious reader, regardless of his/her background or familiarity with Christian and political history, to be able to pick up this book.
If I must pick something negative to say, I think it would be the title.
Jesus blew it. He expected too much. A number of his teachings were simply unworkable, and the church found it necessary to rework them over time. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Dubious Disciple
a very clear view of the evolution of the churches revealed truth. from love you neighbor as yourself to "kill them all, god knows his own."Published 15 months ago by Dennis Jennings
My wife wanted this book. When it came she wanted me to look it over, needless to say I wasn't impressed with the writer or the book.Published 20 months ago by William Duvall
Superbly written. Every sentence full of information. The review of early church history, while painfull, was enlightening. Read morePublished 23 months ago by John Kraus
The bits of humor levitated a difficult and hard hitting 'exposure' of the manipulation of history. The author cites original source material lending veracity. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Mae Beth Williams
This is a rather poorly written book which seems not to have been proofread or copy-edited. It takes an extremely broad-brush approach to the whole history of Christianity--far... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Judith Moore
Brian Griffith writes a well researched and detailed account of the "morph and spin" of the divine words of Jesus Christ over the centuries since he left the planet earth. Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Martha L. Sterling
When a book like Correcting Jesus comes along, you are forced to sit up and take notice, just like when a hurricane comes through and shakes the foundation. Read morePublished on July 3, 2012 by art p
"Correcting Jesus" is just a litany of scriptural misrepresentations and logical fallacies especially of the "unsubstantiated conjecture" variety. Read morePublished on February 21, 2012 by James